WILD: A Musical Becoming

WILD: Learn More, Do More

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WILD: A Musical Becoming asks us to imagine what is possible when we make a decision to live for each other and the earth. Inspired by the show’s exploration of caring for the planet, the A.R.T. has partnered with several organizations that are leaders in climate advocacy, conservation, and sustainability. Below you can learn more about the work of our partners and how you can get involved in the fight for climate justice.


Learn about Our Partners

Read more about our partner organizations and the important work they do below. Be sure to sign up for updates on their websites to stay connected to their work.


Mass Audubon Youth Climate Leadership Program


Mass Audubon’s Youth Climate Leadership Program (YCLP) is youth-led, action-oriented climate action immersion aimed at creating a space for learning, conversation, networking, and youth-led climate solutions. In partnership with local schools, nonprofits, research institutions, and universities, the YCLP pairs youth with experts and mentors to guide innovative climate action ideation.

Their year-long program doesn’t end with brainstorming. They support youth in creating, developing, and managing Climate Action Projects—tangible climate actions implemented in local schools and Massachusetts communities.

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Sunrise Movement


The Sunrise Movement is a youth movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. They’re building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on politics, and elect leaders who stand up for the health and wellbeing of all people.

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Council of Student Sustainability Leaders at Harvard


The Council of Student Sustainability Leaders (CSSL) is a partnership between the Harvard Office for Sustainability and Harvard’s undergraduate and graduate student community—especially those who are committed to action aimed at creating a more sustainable future.

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Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs

Bow Seat provides an innovative space for teens to connect, create, and communicate for the ocean. Working at the intersection of ocean science and arts education, their award-winning programming emphasizes creative thinking and making in exploring the natural world.

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Conservation Law Foundation

CLF protects New England’s environment for the benefit of all people. They use the law, science, and the market to create solutions that preserve natural resources, build healthy communities, and sustain a vibrant economy.

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Become a Climate Advocate

Knowing where to start to fight climate injustice can feel overwhelming. Below are ways you can get started, generated by our partners listed above and other leaders in the movement.


Start a Youth Climate Action Group

For Young People

Check out the Mass Audubon Toolkit for Youth Climate Leaders in the windows of our West Lobby, or visit the Mass Audubon website to learn how to start your own youth climate action group.

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Join a Sunrise Hub

For Young People

The Sunrise Movement has over 400 hubs across the country. Visit the Sunrise Movement website to join one near you, or start your own.

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Support Sunrise Cambridge

Sunrise Cambridge created a list of ways to support their work. Visit the page below to find out how you can sign up for a Teach-In, support their Green New Deal zoning petition, and more.

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Join an Arm in Arm Hub

Arm in Arm is a sister movement of Sunrise aiming to ignite a transformational era from the grassroots that ends the climate crisis by centering economic and racial justice. To join, find an Arm an Arm hub near you, or start your own.

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Advocate for Policy Reform

Mass Audubon’s Policy & Advocacy department works with other conservation organizations, legislators, and citizen groups to shape and strengthen environmental laws and regulations. To start advocating for climate reform in your community, visit their policy and advocacy resource webpage.

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Take Part in Harvard’s Commitment to Sustainability

For the Harvard Community

The Office for Sustainability at Harvard has guides for how staff, students, and alumni can help achieve our sustainability goals.

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Support Small Farmers

As WILD shows us, small farms are particularly vulnerable to the devastating effects of the climate crisis. Here are some small farms and related organizations that work in our community—look up ones that work in yours!